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redbeard

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## Homework Statement

Consider a metal sphere of radius r, drag coefficient C, density p_s falling in a fluid p and viscosity n.

Find the acceleration:

I found this to be g - p/p_s * g - (3C/(8*p_s*r))*v^2. Others were in agreeal with this so take it as given.

***Show that your result has the solution v=atanh(bt) and find constants a and b.***

***the part im on

## Homework Equations

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## The Attempt at a Solution

So, I let C = g-p/p_s* g since this is a constant term and the same for the ones preceding v^2. I just let P = this stuff.

Thus i have v'=C-P*v^2

Now I have no idea how to solve this DE with the knowledge that I have but the general form of the solution was given.

So I'm guessing there's some sort of other way to verify it, but I'm not sure how.

PS: I'm assuming an initial condition is v(0) = 0 as this was needed in another part.